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Default BB ringtones missing?

After I finished the security wiping, my default BB ringtones are missing. On the BB support forum, people suggest to download these ringtones from BB website, but it seems to be unsuccessful.

I connect my phone to my computer to update the core application in the Blackberry Desktop Software, then the problem solved.


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